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Acrylic Glitter Coaster DIY



  • First, you’ll want to decide what colors of glitter you want for your coaster! You can do all one color or mix up the glitter colors/textures/shapes … whatever you like! Put your desired glitter into the bottom of your coaster molds. If you want there to be some clear areas where you can see through to the surface where the coaster is sitting, then don’t fully cover the bottom. If you want it to be one solid mass of glitter, then use a heavy hand and make sure it’s completely covering the bottom.
  • Follow the directions on the package to mix up your epoxy to get it ready to pour!
  • Pour your epoxy over top of the glitter and fill the mold to right below the top edge.
  • Use a toothpick to pop any bubbles that come up over the next 5-10 minutes and then let it dry for 10-24 hours (each kit may need a different dry time, so just check what your kit recommends). Before you let it set, you can also use your toothpick to move around any glitter pieces that you want to, so check and see if you have a bare spot or if one area is too dense.
  • When your molds are set, you can pop them out and they are ready to use!